- Set up the equipment by positioning the forehead strip and activating the correct vaporizer level.
- Monitor the patient by reading the main monitor to make sure the SEV levels are correct.
The University of Miami and Xennial Digital are developing immersive training simulators, to provide nurse and medical students the tools and resources they need to practice and assess their skills through virtual hands-on environments — whether they are in the classroom or in a remote location.
Enable nurse and medical students to be more confident going into clinical environments through repetitive, risk-free practice with medical equipment and procedures.
Offer training organizations cost-effective, ROI-driven immersive training solutions without the high investment of physical simulation labs, which can cost upwards of $750,000*.
Enable multi-user environments where faculty can teach and students can learn in real-time, in a highly collaborative immersive environment.
Eliminate the physical risk associated with dangerous procedures during training.
Allow students to focus on learning with zero distractions.